Vol 14 Issue 3
May / June 2023
Q1. What is the best way to administer vibrations to infants and what should be the dosage?
A. A. The best way to administer vibrations to infants or newborns is to apply 1 or 2 drops of remedy water to the lips; whether something seeps into the mouth or not will not matter! For infants over one month, put a few drops in the mouth, under the tongue is not necessary. The dosage is the same as for adults, depending upon the severity of the illness. Also refer to vol 2 #3.Q5 and vol 3 #2.Q4 & vol 3 #6.Q2
Q2. Why does pullout occur? What factors determine its intensity and duration?
A. A. As part of the natural cleansing process, the body continuously expels toxins through cleansing organs like kidney, skin, lungs and liver by way of urine, sweat, breath, and stool. Vibrionics remedies merely aid in this function by stimulating the body’s inherent cleansing ability, hence pullout may occur. The intensity and duration will depend on the amount of toxin build-up and the rate of its expulsion by the body, keeping in mind that certain vibrations throw out toxins faster than others. As each patient is different, depending on his threshold, the intensity of pullout will be perceived differently. Also see vol 11 #1.Q1
Q3. Sometimes patients come to know about their disease only after a diagnostic test and immediately approach the practitioner for treatment without knowing its actual duration. So should a practitioner treat such an illness as acute or chronic?
A. Generally we treat an ailment as acute or chronic based on the duration of its symptoms. A disease reflected in a diagnostic test, without any other clinical or physical symptoms implies an ‘underlying condition’ that may have been in existence for a long time. Examples are lifestyle diseases such as hypertension, heart disease, diabetes, cancer, genetic disorders. All such conditions should be treated as chronic.
Q4. In France we often receive patients for whom allopathy did not succeed or it offers no cure. New practitioners feel it would take too long to get good results in such cases, so they get discouraged and have difficulty in sending successful cases. What should they do?
A. The problem is in the mind of the practitioner who, knowing that allopathy has no solution, starts to think that vibrionics will take a long time, this is called negative thinking. If you have firm faith that vibrionics can yield fast results, it will not take so long.
Basically, the most important thing is the thoughts of the practitioner during consultation with the patient, and while preparing and dispensing the remedy; hence make a direct connection with Swami throughout your interaction with the patient and this demands complete surrender. The remedy will become more potent and it will work much better than if you are not connected.
Remember not to mention or to claim that vibrionics will improve his condition very fast otherwise you will create expectation in patient’s mind. If the patient does not get better quickly and that does happen in some cases, he might be disappointed.
It is best to work sincerely with love and prayer in your heart and full faith in Swami and He will certainly do whatever is the best for the patient. Never doubt that vibrionics may not work and never think that vibrionics takes a long time. Afterall it is He who cures.
Q5. After taking a remedy in water for several or in some cases many weeks, patients often ask, for practical reasons, if they can take a pill directly under the tongue. Should I insist that he must continue to take in water as that is more effective, although I fear that he may stop the treatment?
A. We know that remedies taken in water result in faster response but when a patient starts to find it too tedious, it is best to let him switch to pills, lest he develops a disliking for vibrionics remedies in which case they will become less effective for him! If he stops the treatment, it will be even worse. However, it will be good to mention that in case of an acute episode, it will be much better to switch back to water. Another important factor is sensitivity of a patient to vibrations. For someone very sensitive to vibrations, a remedy works equally well in water or in pills. Also, refer to vol 7 #3.Q4.